Professor in Evolutionary Biology (jointly appointed with South Australian Museum), Flinders University
Michael Lee is an evolutionary biologist at the South Australian Museum and Flinders University who is interested in major transitions in evolution. Among other things, he is currently studying why lizards lose their legs, how turtles got their shells, why sea snakes took to the water, and what caused evolution's "big bang" (the Cambrian explosion).
Professor, Flinders University
Senior Research Scientist, South Australian Museum